Health, Illness, and Society: An Introduction to Medical Sociology, Illustrated Edition, (PDF) supplies a sociological point of view on health, illness, and healthcare. Working as an introduction to medical sociology for undergraduate and college students, it likewise uses a summary of the field for public health scholars and for medical sociologists and specialists. An emphasize of the text is its tension on the social roots of health and illness and on the impact of social inequality on health variations and the quality of healthcare. The ebook likewise seriously analyzes healthcare in the United States and around the world and assesses the constraints and accomplishments of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and other current healthcare reform efforts.
Pedagogical help consisting of chapter-opening Learning Questions and Health and Illness in the News vignettes and chapter-ending Key Terms and Summary areas. Most chapters likewise end with a Giving It Some Thought vignette in which trainees are offered with a theoretical circumstance worrying a health and society problem and asked to reveal on how they would react in the circumstance.
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